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Sunday, 1 May 2011





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Security beefed up in city

Around 5,000 policemen including the Special Task Force will be deployed in Colombo to provide security for todayís May Day rally. Army personnel will also assist the police. All together, around 8,000 policemen will be deployed, IGP Mahinda Balasuriya said.

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Former Director Operations of Sri Lanka Army denies war crimes allegations:

Darusman Report, a mere catís paw

Sri Lankaís Deputy High Commissioner in Malaysia Maj. Gen. Udaya Perera said that the contents of the Darusman report basically reflects the voice of LTTE and its proxy Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE).

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Colourful brush strokes of ex-LTTE cadres:

A picture speaks a thousand words...

It is said that a picture speaks a thousand words. Paintings reflect one's thoughts. What do we expect to see from paintings of a segment of youth who have suffered horrific experiences in a war situation?

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Sunday CRIME

Was the old man killed due to previous enmity?

After being grilled at the Wanduraba police station for several hours it became apparent to the policemen that the suspect taken in for questioning in connection with the slaying of 76-year-old Gunadasa who led a reclusive life at Thalawa in the Wanduraba area was not even remotely connected to the killing.

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